Episode 130: Movie B.S. with Bayer and Snider – ‘Argo,’ ‘Seven Psychopaths,’ and more

0:00-3:10 – Introduction; Snider recorded a folk song about Joe Biden that you can hear at the end of the show
3:10-14:50 – “Argo” review
14:50-23:00 – “Here Comes the Boom” review
23:00-32:20 – “Seven Psychopaths” review
32:20-43:15 – “Sinister” review
43:15-53:00 – “The Paperboy” review
53:00-1:02:20 – QOTW (what little-known historical event should get the big-screen treatment)
1:02:20-1:03:05 – We’re on Stitcher now
1:03:05-1:10:25 – Pitch Me (Casey Affleck, Kirk Cameron, sci-fi comedy)
1:10:25-1:11:40 – More talk of what Stitcher might be
1:11:40-1:13:35 – Wrap-up
1:13:35-1:15:20 – Lunch sponsor: Michael Matula, author of “Try Not to Burn,” a novel about three strangers who must join forces to escape from Hell.
1:15:20-1:17:05 – “Big Joe Biden”

QOTW: If you could make a new Hollywood rule — “No more _____!” — what would it be?

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About the show …

Movie B.S. with Bayer and Snider

Jeff Bayer and Eric D. Snider are movie critics, but not the stuffy,
elitist kind. They’re not the idiotic fanboy kind either. So what kind
of movie critics are they? The kind with an Internet radio show,
that’s what.

“Movie B.S.” features reviews of new films both good and bad,
smackdowns of the bad movies of yesteryear, and a plethora of other
movie-related features. All of it is tied together by cavalier banter
between Bayer and Snider, who noticed that there was a dearth of
cavalier banter on the Internet and sought to rectify that.


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